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" THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REF6RMER7 MONDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1922.
' 4 Remember Today and Tomorrow "The Prisoner of Zenda' ' IS PLAYING AT LATCHIS THEATRE At 2.30, 7' and 9 Matinee 28c, Evening 39c Few 28c With a Cast of Famous Players Lewis Stone Alice Terry Stuart Holmes Ramon Navarro Barbara LaMarr Edward Connelly And Thousands Other Players "The Prisoner of Zenda" is one of the big specials of the new season. Get Lit Up Refinishing electric fixtures is one of my lines of busi ness. Honestly its a shame the way some fixtures look around town. I can make them look as good as new. It's a- simple operation to call 1031 and tell me your troubles. I will take down your tar nished fixtures, install a temporary light and in. a few days, they will be put back and you will wonder why it hadn't been done be fore. E. M. Goodenougli 6 South Main Street Six Room Bungalow With Magnificent View New home, only five rooms finished, in one of Brattleboro's sightly spots, for sale. Everything cosy and convenient. Some one will snap up this attractive little home. Double house on Oak street. Call 743-W even ings for appointment. W. J. BIGELOW Brattleboro Homes The Kind of Service We Believe In We'd rather have a customer tell us we're short on battery knowledge than that we've failed in courtesy, thoroughness or keeping our promises. Skill 3 mighty .necessary in this business so is knowledge but it isn't on these alone that we build up our traded It's through these things plus cour teous, businesslike treatment. Never mind what make of bat tery yours is. We care for all according to the Willard Stand ards of Battery Service. L L; Whitney 47 Elm Street Representing Willard Batteries (THREADED RCBBER INSULATION) and Batteries (WOOD SEPARATORS! Mm mmJlfVt mjt nBr t & , X Mini 1 , J Jt -a A Sp orti BIS. IS BURIED ER 31-0 SCORE Vermont Academy Boys Put Up Superior Brand of Football INJURIES PUT TWO LOCAL PLAYERS OUT Loss of Rrittan and L,. I ley wood Serious Brattleboro Four Times Within Striking Distance, Once Before Vis itors Began Scoring. Brattleboro high school's football team lost to Vermont academy on Pratt field Saturday afternoon by a score of 31 to 0. The visitors deserved the victory, playing a brand of football much supe rior to what the Brattleboro boys have displayed this season and improving steadily as the contest progressed. How ever, Brattleboro's fumbling at critical times, its doubtfui judgment in the use of plays and the loss through injuries of Brittan and I. Ileywood from the back field had much to do with the outcome. The locals were within striking distance of Vermont academy's goal line on four different occasions, at least one of them before the visitors had begun to score. In two instances they lost the ball On downs after attempting end runs where line plunges might better have been used. In the other two instances the ball went to the visitors on fumbling. These failures hurt the morale of the team and increased that of the visitors, who improved as the game wore on, and in the last few minutes of play they walked all over the locals who. although fighting hard, played with the spirit of a beaten team. Brattleboro's defensive play wa:; woe fully weak. In spite of the instructions given them to tackle low they persisted in getting the runner around the neck, allowing him '011 many -plays to make yards after being tackled. If the boys ever hope to get results this bad feature must be eliminated. Brattleboro's severest loss came not in the loss of the game but in injuries to both Brittan and L. Ileywood. their speediest bnckfieh? players. Both went out with injured ankles and the chances are that neither will play again this sea son, although it is barely possible that Brittan may get into the Rutland game. Both tennis played hard and up to the time the locals were weakened by sub stitutes, in spite of their bad following of the plays and poor tackling had held Vermont academy very close. On nearly every other play towards the last of the game someone, either Wal " 1 . r. it.. 1 1 i. . or visuor. was leu on uie grounu KiioiKeu out by the force of collision. Both teams were over-anxious and suf fered many offside penalties, and each had a player put out for striking. Brat tleboro also was penalized twice in the last period for piling. Smith. Welch and Tiffanv were a tower of strength in the backfield for V. ' A Smith was exceptionally fast and 1 made some pretty runs. One for 32 yards and another for 3(5 yards wore the gems. t'apt. Manley lost the toss and V. A. chose to receive, getting thekickoff on their 20-yard line, bringing it back to the 40-yard line. R. II. S. plugged the holes, forcing V. A. to kick, L. Ileywood re ceiving on his 30-yard line and coming back to the 4S-yard line before downed. V. A. drew a five-yard penalty for off side and Brittan followed with five around the end, but was injured and 'eft the game. F. Ileywood taking his place. A second five-yard penalty for offside and rushes by Manley, Mittiguy and L. Ileywood took the ball to V. A's four-yard line, .where with a glorious op portunity to score, a fumble cost Brat tleboro 10 yards as the period ended. Starting the second period at fourth down. 14 yards to go, Manley went off tackle for live yards, which was not enough and the ball went to V. A., who started a march up the field until they reached Brattleboro's eight-yard line, where holding set them back 15 yards. The locals' defense here stiffened and V. A. could not gain, forcing them to try for a field goal, which went 'wide. Starting on the 20-yard line, a for ward pass was grounded. Manley went through for five yards. L. Ileywood. trying a wide end run, was thrown for a 10-yard loss. Manley then pulled a bad one and put V. A. in an easy scoring position when he called for a forward CATCHING COLD IS NOT AN ACCIDENT The Penalty for Neglect of Health Rules Take Father John's Medicine When you eatch cold to think that it was you sat in a draft or you are inclined accidental, that that you caught it from someone else. This is only half the truth. The real fact is that a eold is the penalty for neg lect of the com mon r u 1 e s ot health. Yon have allowed yourselt to become over tired, weakenet and run down You have allowet your power of re sistanee to b lowered. The col germ . which i: always lurkiin nearby finds yo an easy victim. You can main tain vour nower of resistance to colds, coughs and similar trouble bv taking Father John's Medi cine . which builds , new strength and health. If you have already allowed yourself to take cold, begin treating.it at once with Father John's Medicine. It will not only drive off the cold but it will build up new strength with which to fifiht off future attacks. Advertisement. ng ID 3 v -. ' pass instead of a punt. At any rate be fumbled and it was V. A's ball with but nine yards to go. Two plays put the ball over and the extra point was added by a drop kick. , Neither side scored the rest of the pe riod. Brattleboro had possession of the ball most of the time and worked up to V. A's 22-yard line, but, lost the ball on downs, trying end runs instead of play ing the line, by which method they had just advanced the ball 30 yards. Manley ran the kick-off back to his forty-five-yard line to start the third pe riod and after making first down once, ftfmbling again had a spell, forcing Brat" tleboro to kick. Hey wood's boot was low and short and as the visitors missed connecting with the ball Mittiguy sailed in and scooped it. Manley and Mittiguy, alternating, took the ball to the two-yard line ami by good rights Manley should have tried to make -the final plunge, but for some reason gave the ball to Mittiguy, who failed to make the distance, and Brat tleboro's opportunity to tie the score was gone. V. A. started a smashing offensive which carried them to the locals' 40-yard line, where they lost the ball on a fum ble and B; II. S. lost Li. Ileywood by in jury. Manley made 11 yards but the locals drew a l."-yard penalty for push ing and Brattleboro was forced to kick. V. A. in four plays put the ball on the Ii. II. S. 33-yard line when time for the period was called. , . Brattleboro could not stop V. A's rushes and the second touchdown came in two minutes of play after the opening of the last period. V. A. kicked, and with the' ball on the 30-yard line the visitors were caught slugging, drawing a 40-yard penalty. Manley and Mittiguy took the ball to the seven-yard line on live jilays but again hopes were blasted when a fumble oc curred, V. A. recovering. From this time to the finish of the game Brattleboro seemed unable to fathom the visitors' plays or to tackle right. V. A. marching over the goal line for three touchdowns. B. II. S. spilled tl-e extra point in each case by breaking through, blocking the kick. In these last few minutes Brattleboro, fighting a lost cause, drew T0 yards in penalties, 30 yards for piling and 20 yards for slugging. Both teams were badly jammed aud r bruised as a result of the hard playing. Brittan's and Heywood's injuries being the only serious ones, however. The summary : Vermont Academy B. II. Tupper, Shaw, Blair, le, re. Timer Buffer, Hitchcock, it, rt. Roberts, Daley C. Choncha, Branchi, Haynes. lg. rg, McGarrigle Church. Cox, c. c. Miller Morrell, Hastings, rg. lg, Kobb Emerson, Buffer, llazelton. rt. It. Dalev, ('bickering. Martin Ionald, re, le. Stewart, Briggs Welch. Norton. tb. qb, Ti. Hevwood. Roberts, Stewart Tiffany, Whitney. Ihb, rhb, Mittiguy sitrnnt Toolin. l'iccnsso. rhb. Ihb. Brittan. F. Ileywcod 1. Smith, II - Choncha. fb, fb, Manley Touchdowns made, by Tiffany, Welsh 3 Toolin. Boint by goal after touch down. Tiffany. Referee, Estey. Umpire Sherman. Linesman, Chase. Field judge. Bowler. Time, two 12-m. and two l."Vm. periods. i BELLOWS FALLS LOSES AGAIN. Third Home Game Dropped to Richards High of Newport, 33 to 7. Bellows Falls lost its third home same Saturdav by a score of 33 to 7 to Rich ards high school of Newport. N. II. The came was better than the score indicates. Summary : Newport. Moonev. le Thibodeau. It Sargent, lg Eastman, c . Bellows Falls. re, Pheur rt. White rg, Caperon c. Crowley lg. Young It, Fowler le. Wiggin qb. Blanchard rhb, Driscoll f Jameson, rg Bennett, rt .Vle, re . . l am, qt . . Brill. Ihb . Barton, rhb Ihb. Angel Bucknitz, fb fb. Lawlor Score by periods. 12 3 4 Newport O 13 0 20-33 Bellmvs Falls . , 0 0 7 0 7 Touchdowns: Brill 4. Cain, Pheur. Try for points after touchdown. Brill 2. Cain, Lawlor. lieferee, Hayes. Umpire, Paul. Linesman, Smith. Field judge. Rice. Time, 12- and 10-minute periods. Substitutions, Bellows Fall Wiggin for Lawlor; Lawlor for Wiggin. College Football Results. At Springfield Springfield 24, Con- necticut Aggies 7. At New Haven Iowa 0. Yale 0. At Cambridge Harvard 15, Bowdoin 0. - At New York Columbia 10, Wes ley an (. . At State College Penn State 32, Leb anon Valley (. . At Rochester, N. Y- Rochester 7. Westminster 0. At Easton, Pa. Lafayette C2, Muh lenberg O. ' , At Baltimore. Md. Johns Hopkins 40. George Washington 0. At Washington. D. C. Catholic uni versity 7, Washington college 3. At Annapolis, Md Navy 14, Bck nell 7. At Princeton, N. J. Princeton 10. Colgate O. At Lafayette, Ind. Notre Dame 20, Purdue 0. ' At Hartford Trinity 21, Haverford At Ithaca. N. Y. Cornell 6S, New Hampshire State 7. At Cambridge Harvard Freshmen 0, Andover Academv O. At Worcester Holy Cross 14, Villa nova 0. - At Providence, R. I. Brown 0, Syra cuse O. At Lewiston Bates 7. Colby 7. At Burlington. Vt. Vermont 7, Bos ton University 0. Stevens 18, Laconia 3. CLAREMONT, N. II., Oct. 16. Ste vens high defeated Laconia high at foot ball. IS to 3. lefore 700 fans at Monad noek park Saturday afternoon. Laconia failed in many forward passes and Ste vens gained on its end and center plays. Landry and Wilniarth were stars for Stevens. Lord's catch of Clements's forward pass of 40 yards was a feature, as was Wilmarth's interception of a for ward pass for a touchdown. - Touchdowns were made by Wilmarth, Miles and Landry for Stevens. Lord kicked a goal from placement for La conia. Tryon was refree and Carroll umpire. IN PRISON IN 65 MINUTES. Speedy Punishment for New Jersey Reckless Automobile Driver. NEWARK, N. J., Oct. 16. Sixty-five minutes after his automobile crashed into another car in East Newark yesterday, Harry Schneider of Irvington, N. J., had begun to serve a thirty day sentence for reckless driving. John J. Murphy, police recorder, who pronounced the sentence, said it was only through Speedy administering of justice th:it slow and careful driving could be maintained. The home of the Atlanta (Ga.) Wom an's club is valued at a quarter of a mil lion dollars and is said to be one of the finest in the United States. , BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss .Ethel Irish, clerk in Hopkins's store, is confined to her home by illness. Arthur Ross of Pittsfield. Mass., was a visitor in Jown over Sunday with friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mitchell went yesterday by automobile to Springfield, this state. Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Gregory of Philadelphia are visiting her auut, Mrs. II. F. Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Thomas and daugh ter. Sarah, spent yesterday., in Spring field, Mass., with relatives. Miss, Mavrette Hamilton resumed work today in the Peoples National bank, after a two-weeks' vacation. Miss Stella Gustafson will go tomor row to Putnam. Conn., to attend the wedding of Miss Helen Rich. Miss Ruth Wilder of Dummerston, who had been visiting relatives here, re turned to her home, this morning. Philip Putnam-6f the Franklin agency returned from Syracuse Saturday with three new Franklin automobiles. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reed and daugh ter, Ruth, visited yesterday in Shelburne Falls, Mass., with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed. Miss Ann O'Leary of Cheyenne, Wyo., who had been visiting in town with her sister, Mrs. Mary Foss, has returned to her home. Mrs. Fred Cressy resumed work this morning in the otlice of the Brattleboro Publishing company, after a vacation of two weeks. - Miss Anna Gorborino, who had been having a vacation, returned this morning to her work in, the IIolstein-Friesian association offices. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. G. Medlicott of Springfield. Mass., were visitors here yesterday with her mother, Mrs. Harry Estey of Putney road. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Howard of Lebanon. N. II., motored here yesterday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tuttle of Prospect street. " Louis Ratte, traveling salesman for Dunham Brothers company, with head quarters at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. visited at his home in town over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Clark and two daughters, Mary and Ruth, and Mr. Sheridan of Springfield. Mass.. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Seth White of 8 Cottage street. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Gilpin Smith and daughter of Brunswick, .Me., who had been in Keene over the week-eiid, visited here yesterday with Rev. and Mrs. II. P. Woodin. Miss Kathryn Sherman and guest.s, Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Willison of Bos ton, came Saturday by automobile and ritui until vffsiipnliiv with Miss Sher man's parents Mr. and Mrs. George Ik Sherman. Mrs. W. I. RogerV of Boston, who came Thursday to visit a few days in the home of her !augliter, .Mrs. m. k. nuni ington, and Mr. Rogers, who came Sat urday, returned to their home yesterday afternoon. Miss Grace Tinkham of North Ben nington, a student at Vermont academy, spent the week-end with Mrs. Clark T. Brownell. coming to attend the Vermont academy-Brattleboro high school football game Saturday. Miss Evelyn Austin returned yester day by automobile td Springfield. Mass-., having visited for several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Austin. James Austin returned with her after a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien and chil dren, Ruth and Marjorie, of West Leba non. N. II., and Mrs. John Rya of White River Junction were week-end guests of Mrs. Thomas Ryan, who ac companied them home yesterday for a visit. II. A. Marshall of.Newark. N. J.. ad vertising manager for the Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, came Saturday to be a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Clark T. Brown ell over Wednesday night, when lie will speak before the Men's Unioftv of the First Baptist church on Standard Oil. A Talk To Mothers Not Frivolous, But Thoughtful Mothers. Each winter season brings coughs, colds?, catarrh, pneumonia, "flu", and tuberculosis. Loving mothers dread the onsiaugnt ox these diseases. Thoughtful mother often provide agnuiwt the dan ger or cow 8 ana cough. Such mother 1 spend tea money na havA fewe hemn OI anxiety and teeplea viftil. watchinjr at tha bedside of a loved one. Sonrte mothers, inex perienced do not know how to provide in ad vance for the cold and cough that are bound to appear. Here is a eimple inexpensive way-practiced by aver 300.000 mother durinB the past twelve year, a a trreat volume of testimony proves. Not later than the first cold or rainy cpelL they make up a full pint of home made cough and cold medicine-usinjt 2 oz. of the pure t sence Mentho-Laxene. mixed with home rnade sugar yrup or honey. CoU les than $1.00 Mentho-Laxene is sopure-eontains no chlo Toform. opium or narcotic drugs that it m ffiven to infants without harm. Children and adults like its delicious flavor and its marve. lously quick action in stopping colds and cough before the dangerous complications set in. There is nothing sold so pure, so prompt, M inexpensive. Resolve to be a "Thoughtful Mother". Get Essence Mentho-Laxene today and drive the cold and eough away. "Best eyer old fo cough and cold' . Send 5 cent for sample. The Blackburn Product Co- Dayton, Ohio SPECIAL NOTICE Horses For Sale 1 pair, 3,200, 6 and 7 years. 1 pair, 2,700 6 and 6 years. 1 horse, 1,100, 7 years. 1 horse, 1,300, 6 years. 1 horse, 1,300, 8 years. Will sell cheap, or exchange for cattle. These horses are all well broke and injwork. P.P.ALBEE . j Townshend, Vt. f. I 1:1 I. LI'S, fr y BRATTLEBORO PERSONAL Miss Eva .Davis of South Main street left today for Los Angeles, Cal. Cecil Bailey of New Haven. Conn., is here to visit friends until Thursday. Ray II. Mixer of Springfield. Mass., sient Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Alta Mixer. . Miss Nora Languay has resumed work in the home of J. G. Estey, after a two weeks' vacation. Joseph F. Austin left last- night for Boston on a business trip. He will re turn Wednesday. Miss Phoebe Clark has returned from a few days' visit with her sister in Springfield, this state. Millard Coleman of Springfield, Mass., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman of South Alain street over Sun day. ' Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Haskell and chil dren of Western avenue visited yester day at the .home ,'of William Titus in West Dover. Miss Sylvia Crosby returned last night from East Angus, P. Q., where she visited a few days with her sister, Mrs. Lyman Smith. Harry M. Sweetland and daughter, Mrs. Jones, have moved to the house owned by the late Mrs. II. M. Wood on Clark street, which they recently bought. f). W. Felch, proprietor of the Quality Furniture company, is in New York for three days attending the Home Beautiful exposition in the interest of fall buying. II. E. Coates resumed work this morning in the retail department of the Dunham Brothers company, after, a va cation of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Coates visited in Boston and vicinity. Mrs. Ora Butterfield, who had been spending a week here with friends, left this morning for a few days' visit in North1 Adams with her daughter before returning to her home at Colton Lake, y- . Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Munay and daughter, Mary, Mrs. Mary Hurley and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brazzill, all of .Gardner. Mass.. were visitors yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. David S. Carey of Canal street. II. Walpole of London, England, a noted English writer, was at the Brooks House over the week-end. Mr. Walpole, who had been in Bennington to speak, left today for Smith college to speak be fore tRe students. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Stearns, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Vaughnn. Mrs. Augusta E. Vinton, Mrs. May Morris and Mrs. Eric Landry went to Alstead. N. II.. yesterday to attend the funeral of William W. Dinsmore. SENTENCED FOR ASSAULT. Albert Kenney of Spofford Given Two Years in State Prison. KEENE, N. II., Oct. lfi. Albert Kenney of Spofford was sentenced to the state prison at Concord Saturday by Judge John E. Allen of the superior iMnirt for not less than two nor mare than three years on a charge of assault upon a young girl in Spofford several months ago. - and let us a : a . - ' - The Princess Pat This shoe is now famous all over the world. It is so prettily shaped to the natural lines or the feet that the minute yon see a pair you want shoes like that. And then when you feel how comfortable they are, even though you are on your feet all day, you will never be without a pair of Princess Pat shoes, no matter what others you have. Snug heel fit with straight inside lines The secret of the Princess Pat is the straight Inside line; that is the natural shape of a foot that is normal. Then Walk-Over has scien tifically built the tread wide with the heel width narrow, and moulded the lines across the in-' step and around the ankle so that when you wear them people will remark the extraordi nary prettiness of the modeL One Potatoes for Winter I have carload of No. 1 Maine, Potatoes" due in this week. Two and one-half bushels in a bag, 1.10 bushel at the can Delivered at your home, 1.12 bushel. If you wish to try them, I have on hand 200 bushels from the same shipper. Quality is extra fine. Best cookers I have seen this year. ' J. E. BUSHNELL 94 Elliot Street SPECIAL OFFER FOR Two Weeks Only, October 15 , to October 29 Dr. West's Tooth Brashes Adults Regular 50c Size v For JOG Each After October 29th, These Brushes Will Sell at Their Regular Price of 50c "ir'i J ''-V'1 'rmiimntf lr-ir nil i iiiiniiiniii iT- -i Princess Pat-Relief This week all over the world Walk-Over is demonstrating to women the great features of two Walk-Over models that hardly a woman won't be gla'd to know about. It is the greatest piece of news we have" had for women in years. Read about it here and then come to the Walk-Over store i show you of these shoes is shaped to vim ? ami Baldwin's Boot Shop FRED F. CLARK, PROP. Week The Relief km - At last it has been done Walk-Over has perfected a shoe of extremely pretty style for ' women that will positively conceal the enlarged joint at the big toe! And, most wonderful of all, it feels as comfortable as if you had never had any trouble with the fitting of your shoes. Gone are your foot troubles forever! . Gives good looks to feet that ' have never looked right before You'll be astounded when you see how it hat been done. The Relief on your feet gives them a norma! appearance. The lines make the feet look and feel beautifully poised. The ' custom work arjj the custom fit around the ankles, and the narrow heel and wide- tread combination fitting the extra good quality of leather and workmanship, arc things at which you'll marvel. your feet V V